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I was using previous version of Mac and used to connected to a server with SSH console.It used to run X 11 after loading my requested programs(Mathematica) on remote server and was working properly.Recently I upgraded my Mac to the latest version(Mountain Lion 10.8.4) and this SSH is not loading the "X" and I can not use remote access to my requested program from remote server.How can I fix the problem.Please in a easy way because I am not in using Mac commands at all.

Thanks

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    Do you mean X11, the display manager? if so, it was deprecated, and you will need to download and install it seperately as it is no longer included in OS X. – stuffe Aug 9 '13 at 11:54
  • @stuffe hi many thanks I installed X11 but this time the Java jives Authentication error after I want to run my required module in SSH console.What could be wrong? – Alex Aug 9 '13 at 14:15
  • Not sure, it might be worth asking a fresh question for this - I will add my comment as an answer, because it was just a quess before. – stuffe Aug 9 '13 at 14:41
  • → Alex: please edit your original post. As noted by Stuffe, X 10 doesn't mean a lot to many of us (except the survivors who knew this version of the X Window System ☺). – dan Aug 9 '13 at 15:48
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As per this page, X11/XQuartz is deprecated from OS X now, and you will need to install it seperately in order to get any X-Windows display manager type stuff working:

http://support.apple.com/kb/HT5293

There seems to be another X11 download here which may also be useful.

http://support.apple.com/downloads/X11_for_Mac_OS_X_1_0

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